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    Default Programming Okuma

    Good evening,
    I have worked with different types of CNC machines in the past and noticed that the programming in Okuma seemed a little different. Is it true that they have their own language?

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    Not really. If you can program Fanuc G-code, you can learn Okuma in a few days. Some things are different. LAP cycles instead of standard canned cycles. Different ways to call work offsets and tool changes.

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    variables and macro are what is COMPLETELY different.

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    You are not gonna learn it this way. Better to get some real instrucror, it will save you days of time and money.


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